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CSPAN
Mar 18, 2012 6:30pm EDT
wilson banner points out in a stronger way that president is a hypocrite, he has sympathy for the germans, he is working for democracy in europe. 20 million american women are not self-governed. and pulling from the bible, "take the beam out of your own eye." do you see the hypocrisy that you are creating? this is scrap of the banner. the banner was destroyed by the crowds, and this is a scrap that remained. it remained in alice paul's possession. and came to the museum with a collection of alice paul material in the 1980s. this is one of the banners that we can't find. this is from september. this is a banner discussing conscription. they had -- after a recruit of the mill dare, they pulled out this banner which asks, why women can have no vote in choosing war in this country when you will con script their sons. it is unjust to deny women a voice in their government when the government is conscript their sons. this is at the sewall belmont house. at this point women were being arrested on a daily basis. alice paul was told that she would be arrested if she came out with banners. alice pa
CSPAN
Mar 17, 2012 11:30am EDT
things is that the banner that she brought out with her said, is a quote of woodrow wilson's, "the time has come to conquer or submit. for us there can be but one choice. we have made it." the banner that accompanied her was "resistance to tyranny is obedience to god" which is a favorite quote of susan b. anthony's. i didn't put a picture of alice with the banner. it's a wonderful picture but it makes alice look the fact of the picture, she looks very small, which she was, very frail in body. very strong in spirit. and i think it's important to remember that alice paul is the person masterminding all of this. alice paul could get a job on any political campaign today. [ laughter ] alice paul understands what she's doing. she understands how words are escalating she knows the response she's getting and she's doing it absolutely on purpose. and she went to jail. we've all heard the stories of the time in prison, the hunger strikes, the incredibly brutal treatment of the suffragists. respond a new wave of banners demanding treatment as political the same privileges that were given to russi
KICU
Mar 19, 2012 3:30pm PDT
. sergeant keith moore has bryce wilson pulled over, immediately smelled marijuana in the car and asks bryce wilson to step out of the car. >> i'm going to ask you this one time, one time only. i smell marijuana all over you. >> all right. >> where is it at. >> wilson keeps saying i don't have any weed. i don't have any weed. >> hold on to it. >> he pats down wilson once. >> wilson seems compliant up to this point. >> the whole time wilson is compliant. >> sergeant moore seems insistent on finding the weed he suspects he smells. he goes to search him one more time. here is where it gets interesting. >> put your hands on that car. spread your legs. >> he appears to grope wilson in the groin area and wilson then reacts to the groping, and that's where sergeant moore puts wilson in a choke hold, just as another officer shows up. >> he did more than touch him. it seemed like he adjusted him. >> they get handcuffs on him. but it's not over. >> where's it at? where's it at? >> i don't have any. >> stop! >> wilson is struggling because he's obviously in pain. that's when the taser comes out. >> he'
CSPAN
Mar 10, 2012 1:00pm EST
the benington museum a few summers ago i not only made the acquaintance of james wilson, first american commercial globemaker but i discovered the unique power of objects to tell a story that's not available to us from the textural record. to be honest, i had come to the museum really -- although i said i came to look at objects i came to look at the cure torial files, looking at text, which i was much more comfortable with. an exhibit on vermont furniture in the early republic. but as i wandered through the sunlit main gallery where the museum's treasured objects were displayed, i started to see things that helped me understand how artisans and consumers -- and those are really the two groups -- imagined their world. first my eye was struck by a large neoclassical sideboard that you see here with this -- oops. with this graceful bow front and sleek lines looking for all the world like a sophisticated boston product, but it was made in windsor, vermont. in fact when you look at the inlays here, you can see that three of the inlays go in one direction and the fourth goes in the other. an
CSPAN
Mar 25, 2012 3:30pm EDT
festival of books, they discuss emerging from the shadows: women in the lives of wilson, jefferson, and twain" about an hour. >> welcome to the leadoff batting situation of the tucson book festival. our session is called: poo "emerging from the shadows: women in the lives of wilson, jefferson, and twain." i'm julie temple and i will be your moderator today. i spent -- sent the authors four questions to think about and they're free to range widely or to answer some of these specifically. so i will just go through them quickly. what was the most intriguing discovery you made about your subject? what were the challenges of balancing the women's lives against the more famous men to whom they were attached? whoa what audience did you imagine reading your book? and how disthis influence your writing. i think they were thinking of a paying audience -- what is a mystery or question that still puzzles you about the woman or the women. each of our authors has agreed to speak for eight minutes, which should leave us some active time for questions and answers. our first author is kristi mille
CSPAN
Mar 17, 2012 11:00am EDT
in washington, d.c. the march 1913 procession held the day before woodrow wilson's inauguration. woodrow wilson the story always goes arrived at the train station, wondered where the crowds were, and he was told they were on the avenue, meaning pennsylvania avenue, watching the women. because they were parading in a parade that ended up in a little bit of a riot because of -- i'm sorry. a little bit of a riot. because the sight of women parading with banners was a little bit unusual. women have made these banners through time but they're not necessarily the people who were carrying them. while beautiful it was a little daunting for many people. banners continue to be used by the party, though. just like other banners through time, they show identity, they show inspiration, they're used as calls for action, and they convey messages. and i'd like to show you some examples of banners that are in the sewall-belmont house of collection which are on display which i actively encourage you to go and see. it's had a wonderful transformation. it has beautiful exhibits. some of which are not on exhibit at
CSPAN
Mar 25, 2012 10:00am EDT
and the harvard college school of design. collaborating with mr. gehry is theodore wilson. wilson. mr. wilson has shaped the look of theater and opera through his signature use of light and classical rigor of the scenic and furniture design, he articulates the force and originality of his investigation. he attended the university of texas and moved to new york and attended pratt institute in brooklyn. he became a leader of manhattan downtown art scene and turned his attention to large-scale opera. with philip glass he created the monumental einstein on the beach in 1976 which won worldwide acclaim. he worked increasingly with major european theaters and opera houses and collaborated with internationally renowned writers and performers, and he's won numerous honors for his work around the world. in my previous life as director of the new york public library, i was proud to be responsible for the robert wilson audio and visual collection at the library for the performing arts in new york, so it's nice to be working with robert wilson again. so, please welcome frank gehry and robert wilson to the st
CSPAN
Mar 4, 2012 3:00pm EST
at the modern presidency, that is from woodrow wilson through the presidency of barack obama. one of the things he has done is looked at it from a different angle than most be writing about president. he has looked at from the standpoint of how have presidents done in regard, particularly in the modern era, in regard to what the constitution and the founders had in mind for the presidency of the united states. this distinguishes him from a number of the people who have done biographies of presidents or who have looked at presidents and evaluated them as he has in this particular book. it's not only an excellent book from the standpoint of its scholarship but it's a very entertaining book. i urge any of you who haven't purchased it before, you have the opportunity as john pointed out at the conclusion of this session. so please join me in welcoming a good friend of heritage and a very important part of the conservative movement, steve hayward. [applause] >> well, thank you, general meese your general meese try to persuade me from this. it's likely impossible i be -- i will be able to get through
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2012 12:00pm EST
, the not so new president and ceo of the woodrow wilson center, almost a year now. time flies when you're having fun. it truly is an honor to succeed lee hamilton as head of this extraordinary center. today's panel has attracted an enormous amount of press attention as it should. the title is israel, iran and the arabs, a regional perspective. that is something we surely need. the presence of the press does remind me as i think everyone here knows a i have highly regarded reporter and former wilson scholar tony shabid lost his life in syria last week and just today the news is that a noted journalist and her photographer have been killed. these are people who obviously put themselves at risk to bring us accurate information. the wilson center also endeavors to bring you and the press and policymakers accurate information at obviously less risk than those who are in war but we think it matters enormously to use the convening power of this nonpartisan institute to provide what we call safe political space where people from different countries, with different perspectives can talk candidl
ABC
Mar 19, 2012 5:00am EDT
, the charges against michael wilson were dropd and the feds moved ahead with their own case. wilson is from perry hall and has been indicted on two federal counts of possession of child pornography. court documents says he had a video showing a 9-year-old girl engaged in sex acts and picture of a naked teenage girl. the case comes with restrictions. court documents show wilson can't have any unsupervised contact with minors and can't use a computer or any internet device without approval and he can't travel outside the u.s. wilson's attorney says he is no longer working with the tsa. >>> we may be enjoying someunseasonable warm weather but not everyone is lucky. find out where mother nature is reminding people winter is sticking around longer. plus, he's considered the dean of the senate -- she's considered the dean of the senate of women. latest honor senator mikulski is given. >>> i will tell you how long the fog will last and if we will get wet this a noon coming up. >> reporter: and certainly the fog is factor in the commute. we will have a live look at what you can expect as you get re
ABC
Mar 22, 2012 7:00am EDT
, admitting to having four drinks on the night his bentley slammed into 23-year-old scott wilson's hyundai. but he strongly denied being intoxicated at the time of the deadly crash. >> were you either drunk, impaired or intoxicated? >> absolutely not. >> reporter: he insists his bentley malfunctioned. >> the car did not seem to be stopping, as easily as i was used to. >> reporter: and that he did not realize anyone else was hurt. goodman left the scene, as wilson drowned in a canal where his car had landed. goodman says he was severely injured and stumbled down the road to a barn, where he found some alcohol. >> i went over and proceeded to grab a bottle of the liquor. and i drank it to -- thinking it would help with my pain. >> reporter: when police found him hours after the crash, goodman's blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit. but prosecutors have been arguing the multimillionaire drank heavily before getting behind the wheel. pointing to his 272 bar tab with 16 shots of tequila, along with whiskey and vodka. they say he knew that wilson's car was stuck in that canal and ignore
CSPAN
Mar 3, 2012 2:30pm EST
george of britain on the left, the middle man is george clemenseaux of france and woodrow wilson of the united states and they had a huge range of issues to settle, because the first world war had left europe -- >> the man on the far left in this picture is your great grandfather. >> yes. yes, he is. >> david lloyd george. i'm sorry, go ahead. >> who i never knew, but anyway, it is my great grandfather. but the world was in a mess and what they had to try to do was figure out what to do with it. and they spent a lot of time of worrying about germany and you mentioned the ottomans, and the turks had a huge empire which included turkey and the balkans and included most of the arab territories in the middle east. suddenly the ottoman's had fallen to pieces and the arab territory was cut loose, and no one knew what to do with them. so this conference and those three men began to try to work out what to do with the arab world, not really taking much account of what the arabs themselves wanted to happen to want and what they in the end did. it's still with us today, they drew the borde
NBC
Mar 1, 2012 11:00pm PST
. >>> everyone knows that giants closer brian wilson has accomplished a ton during his time in san francisco. but next week, all the buzz around at&t park will be about what wilson is adding across the street. what business widv io o w? oh will you grab us some yoplait? sure. what flavor? mm, one of each. lemon burst, hm, cherry orchard, blackberry harvest... my daughter's grabbing some yoplait. pina colada, orange creme. i can't imagine where she is... strawberry cheesecake. [ grocery store pa ] clean up in aisle eight. found her! [ female announcer ] yoplait original. 25 flavors for you to love. it is so good. >>> welcome back. you know, it won't be long until regular season baseball returns to at&t park. and with the return of giants baseball comes the return of the bearded closer, brian wilson. but as jamie sy reports, it's what wilson is doing across the street from at&t that has everyone talking. >> when giants closer brian wilson commits to something, he does it with passion and intensity. whether it's pitching, growing outize beard, donating to charity or appearing on late-night talk
CSPAN
Mar 24, 2012 9:00pm EDT
that william wilson is going to make in the book that we read when work disappears -- really? i always do that. thank you. you are such honest students. you know, one of the things that wilson argues in when work disappears, is that it's extremely -- everybody now glared at that -- not sure. that one of the things that undergirds what wilson will call social organization. we'll read about that. one of the things that makes communities viable and stable is employment. or rather he raises the question that we have to ask, we have to look at the jobs economy. to understand what's happening in this social situation. again, put your imaginative hats on. what are the structures, what is the history, who prevails and who doesn't. people when we talk about the urban crisis, and i didn't mention this, we'll talk about this a lot later in the semester, one of the things people point to is the dissolution of families, of black families in particular. big, big part of the discourse is about crisis in black communities in america from the 60s to the present. and then you saw in the clip of the trailer ther
CSPAN
Mar 3, 2012 9:30am EST
university and this year i am at the woodrow wilson center so occasionally i write books. i talk to veterans and soldiers about going to war and coming home. >> host: what is your connection to the naval academy? >> guest: i used to teach at the naval academy. 4 two years. i was there inaugural distinguished chair in ethics. they have a cheating scandal and they are in the limelight being near washington and they needed to brainstorm about how to teach ethics and so they called me in and -- i have taught ethics for years at georgetown for 20 years. some of that before, yale and as a graduate student. they were surprised that there had been people teaching ethics as part of the curriculum. we modified the course to talk about character in war and character of midshipmen and sailors and marines. was fascinating. it was a fascinating tour of duty. >> host: what is your tour -- your background? >> i went to a problem in's college in pennsylvania and then i had a stint abroad. i have a degree from the university of edinburgh. then i came back and went to harvard. ph.d. from harvard in philosophy.
CSPAN
Mar 31, 2012 6:00pm EDT
near springfield. the first attempt to crush the rebels ended in disaster at wilson creek, 1861. a second attempt had sputtered out unsuccessfully in the fall. winter brought a halt to scam pascam -- campaigning and allowed a dissatisfied abraham lincoln to clean house in missouri. he appointed a commander, major general henry hallek, hallek received flak for his peculia e personality and odd decisions in the civil war. but in fact he was an able military administrator and first rate strategist. he was determined to reassert union control over missouri. all of missouri. he realized that he could accomplish little as long as the confederates threatened saint louis which was the -- becoming the great union depot in the western theater. every union soldier standing on the defensive in missouri was one less union soldier whom hallek could put into the offensow offensives he was planning for 1862, hallek's first order was to push price out of missouri and keep him out. hall ec hallek ordered samuel curtis of iowa to advance into southwest missouri, find price, bring him to battle, an
CSPAN
Mar 17, 2012 12:30pm EDT
and world war ii, not 18th and 19th century wars, the most racist wars in american history. woodrow wilson is the most racist president in american history. he resegregated washington, d.c., and the federal government which had both been desegregated in the civil war. the way blacks were treated in world war i and world war ii was horrifying. i mean my own mother in world war i was kicked out of the uso because she refused to sing at a army camp in arkansas where german prisoners of war were placed in front of black gis for the show. so there's always been both the tradition of being a soldier, the tradition of people first denigrating black military, not in the 18th century by any means and not during the time of the indian wars by any means. each generation of blacks who went to had to refute an earlier generation insists that they couldn't wor where the most highly decorated american troops in the war were the harlem hell fighters, 369th regimen from this community who won more decorations than any other americans in that war and served longer. and they fought in french uniforms under
NBC
Mar 3, 2012 6:00pm PST
wilson isn't just throwing strikes on the baseball field. he's getting in the business of bowling also. he's the part owner of the lucky strikes, and it's opening up from a block in at&t park. it will feature a 40-foot bar, a loun lounge, a restaurant and local art as well. the 12th lane is numbered in honor of wilson. >> in general, lucky strike 1-11, but instead of 12, we have lane 38 for brian wilson who's joined auus as a partner. we don't consider ourselves a bowling alley or a lounge. what we consider ourselves to be and this is a new set of words for me to say, so here it is. a gastropub fun house. bowling optional. >> okay. lucky strike is a chain of bowling alleys. the location will be the first one in the bay area. it is scheduled to open on friday and lane 38 is a good p.r. move. let's bring in henry wolford of comcast sports. everybody will want to play on 38. >> diane, bring your team. i'm bringing my team. we'll hook up at lane 38. i bet we'll beat you, no problem at all. >> i can guarantee you'll beat me. >> all right. we've got to be able to stay on the same team. the g
ABC
Mar 12, 2012 4:30am EDT
are on the wilson bridge. it is a good at university boulevard. from us.s heading away adam caskey is next. >> it is going to be warmer today than yesterday. temperatures were on the upswing. it looks like we will be well the middle and upper-60's. 48 in winchester pier 46 in gaithersburg. a mild start to our day today. s becoming cloud cloudy. it is unseasonably warm. tomorrow partly cloudy and even warmer. a few isolated thunderstorms cannot be rolled out. lights are in the 70's. >> we began with a developing from afghanistan. fears of new violence. a soldier a massacre afghan civilians. he left the base in southern afghanistan sunday morning going door.to- shot people as they slept. of 60 people including women and three children e soldier -- a total of 16 including ninet children.hree marylandiversity of student is undergoing a evaluation after carrydly threatening to a mass shooting. alexander song posted the threatening messages saturday night. he wrote that he would go on a shooting rampage that killed make national news. i do not think is altering safe. i do not think of anybody sh
ABC
Mar 14, 2012 6:00pm EDT
wilson likes the free agency game plan. >> last year they went and got all the defense of people we needed. we were a good defense. now we get a lot of dynamic offensive people with wide receivers and rgiii, we have some things happening over here in the nation's capital. >> josh wilson likes it. calvin johnson is the highest- paid receiver now in the league. he will get $132 billion over eight years with $60 million guaranteed. -- $132 million over eight years. >> georgetown has arrived in columbus, ohio. failure is not what they want to focus on. they play belmont on friday. they're trying to stay focused and positive. >> each and every year with a different set of circumstances i do not think there is one common theme. every team in this field is good. every team is confident about who they are. you have to have a good game. >> the tournament got under way with a first for. what a start. he went crazy. 16 of his 23 points came in the second half. byu came flying back and won 78- 72. the capitals made a comeback on their own. they were getting hammered four- one, but things turned
ABC
Mar 26, 2012 4:30am EDT
the hills and across the wilson bridge. we will take you live to the geico travel center picture. we are good on 95 between richmond and baltimore. we are live. more to come on the traffic seen but more on news. >> this afternoon the maryland house of delegates is expected to approve the laser safety act that seek stiffer penalties for people who shine laser pointers into cockpits. merriment senate is expected to vote on a bill to allow casino gambling in prince george's county. it would also allow table games at planned casinos. developers of a casino oppose it. it is not clear if the house will pass the bill before the general assembly session ends in two weeks. >> we're looking at 56 degrees. >> more rallies planned here across the country after the death of trayvon martin. the latest that has sparked outrage. >> the first but the university maryland student recovering after being stabbed by a pickup truck. it happened near a 711. issue is taken to the hospital. police are still investigating. >> the man charged with killing his estranged wife is scheduled to go on trial. prosecut
NBC
Mar 3, 2012 11:00pm PST
for the insulting word choices. brian wilson isn't just throwing strikes on the baseball field. he is getting into the business of bowling. wilson is the newest partner and part owner of the lucky strike lanes bowling alley opening up on king street in san francisco, a block from at&t park. the bowling alley will feature a 40-foot bar, lounge, a restaurant and local art as well. the 12th lane at the bowling alley is numbered in honor of wilson. >> in general lucky strike means 1 through 11 and instead of lane 12 we have lane 38 for brian wilson who joined us as a partner and we're really excited to have lane 38. >> we don't consider ourselves a bowling alley or lounge, what we really consider ourselves to be and this is a new set of words to say, a gastro public fun house. bowling optional. ? >> what? it is a chain of bowling alleys and the san francisco location will be the first in the bay area. it is scheduled to open on friday. >>> for the last few years actress lindsay lohan has been the punch line of numerous "saturday night life" skits and don't she flips the script hosting for the fou
PBS
Mar 18, 2012 8:30am PDT
wilson. >> hinojosa: and they were all your friends. >> smokey robinson lived across... well, not really. they were older than me. but they were people that i knew and was aware of, but i didn't meet them until i started singing. i mean, they were older than me. i had never seen anyone on a stage until the night i went on the stage, because i hadn't been to a bar or to a show or anything before. but in 1962 in detroit, that was. you were ther jt... you would either go to one of the factories or you went to show business. it was very easy in 1962 to go into show business, because there were so many producers and so many record companies and so many writers, and it was just happening. and it seemed like it was all just happening that week. they all said, "let's start on monday." >> hinojosa: and was the community supportive of... >> yes, we... that's what i was about to tell you. it's so funny to me when i hear my friends talk from that period about their parents being hesitant not... for them to get in show business, whatever. i was the first person in my family to ever make $100 in one d
NBC
Mar 9, 2012 6:00pm PST
packs. we'll tell you who. >>> plus, we'll tell you why giants closer brian wilson is feeling lucky. the flameflower has a new hangout -- flamethrower has a new hangout that's open to everyone. - ( music playing ) - we know technology can make you more connected. but now it can make you more connected to your doctor through e-mail. test results from home. check records. change appointments. now doctors, nurses, techs, pharmacists are all digitally connected to each other. and ultimately connected to you. at kaiser permanente, we believe that if knowledge is power, shared knowledge is even more powerful. kaiser permanente. thrive. >>> the bay area is filled with artists and quirky inventors. some do it for making a living, others do it for the joy of making a living. >> we show how one inventoris hoping to help a community with his art. ♪ i'm a little teapot >> reporter: this their is exactly where you might find shannon o'hare on any given day. hunkered down, tinkering with the components of a drivable teapot. >> this was made for the mad hatter. it's a little chaotic at best. car
ABC
Mar 16, 2012 7:00am PDT
compressed scott wilson's car. the images so visceral to his mother, lily. the jurors on this trial were given a brief tour of wilson's hyundai and goodman's 200,000 bentley convertible. a car weighing twice as much as wilson's. facing 30 years for dui manslaughter, goodman is accused of partying, driving drunk, running a stop sign and slamming wilson's car into a canal as demonstrated on this police demonstration wednesday. >> there was no indications at all of braking on the bentley. >> reporter: and fleeing the scene. jurors heard this 911 tape. >> i did not, you know, see another car when i -- um -- pulled out and i hit something. it had to be another car. >> reporter: hearing a disoriented, slurring goodman who asks this question five times. >> where am i? >> reporter: a man the prosecution asserts was beyond drunk. >> he said, give me ten of your best shots of tequila. >> reporter: a man who left 23-year-old scott wilson dieing in a ditch. who delayed making this 911 call, until nearly an hour after the crash. >> is everybody okay? >> i'm not sure, sir. are you
Current
Mar 23, 2012 5:00pm PDT
wilson joins us. >> there is a difference of what did he. >> and mitt romney, what happened to trayvon martin is a tragedy, yet the idiocy continues. >> is it possible that it's a horrible accident. >> i think the hoodie is just as much responsible to trayvon martin's death as george zimmerman was. leave the hoodie home. >> one answer from lebron james and the miami heat. and g.o.p. burnout when she sees it. >> there is a lot of fatigue among our parties. they're tired of this. >> and one of the candidates touches the third rail. you might as well re-election reelect the president, he said. >> of what we have instead of taking a risk of what may be the etch-a-sketch candidate of the future. >> the new york police nightmare. spying on liberals. fortunately the commission knows who the real victims are. >> it's pretty tough to go up against a wire service. >> a secretive and unaccountable international intelligence-gathering organization with a fighting power of a mid size army. >> the man who would succeed gabby giffords. >>> and the dog who could not tell one family to another. look ho
NBC
Mar 14, 2012 9:00am EDT
-year-old scott wilson was killed by drowning in a canal. in the opening statement the prosecutor said right after speeding through a stop sign and crashing his bentley into wilson's car, goodman left the victim to die. >> he hit scott wilson, pushed that hyundai across the street through the dirt and it rolled into the canal upside down. scott wilson didn't die from blunt trauma. he drowned. and what did the defendant do? he walked away. >> reporter: the prosecution says goodman who owns the international polo club in florida had been partying and drinking with friends before getting in his car. >> three hours after this crash the defendant's b.a.c. was .17, more than twice the legal limit. >> reporter: famed defense attorney roy black offered another explanation. he told the jury the bentley malfunctioned and roared out of control through the stop sign. >> all of the sudden the car surges forward. you see him trying to control this enormously powerful car. unbeknownst to john goodman the throttles that run t fuel into the engine are not working properly. >> reporter: black said at th
ABC
Mar 16, 2012 7:00am EDT
wilson's car. the images so visceral to his mother, lily. the jurors were given a brief tour of wilson's hyundai and goodman's bentley convertible. facing 30 years for dui manslaughter, goodman is accused of partying, driving drunk, running a stop sign and slamming wilson's car into this canal. >> there was no indications at all of braking on the beptly. >> i did not, you know, see another car when i -- um -- pulled out and i hit something. it had to be been another car. >> reporter: hearing a disorr yepted, slurring goodman who asks this question five times. >> where am i? >> reporter: a man the prosecution asserts was beyond drunk. >> he said give me ten of your best shots of tequila. >> reporter: he left 22-year-old scott wilson dying in a ditch. he delayed making the 911 call until an hour after the crash. >> is everybody okay? >> i'm not sure, sir. are you okay? >> yeah, i'm, you know, a little hurt. >> reporter: watching and lynning, lily wilson, stoiic for days, looked upset. the defense argued that he was not drunk. that his head slammed against the window, cracking it. no matt
CSPAN
Mar 20, 2012 11:30am EDT
. when we return, mr. wilson will be on for questioning. thank you.ta commanders in afghanistan testifying before the house armed committee this morning. a short break now. should be five minutes or so. we'll return to live coverage when they get under way here. it is budget day on capitol hill for republicans. this morning, the budget committee chair paul ryan released the budget. he offered details including cuts to medicaid, food stamps and pell grants and a number of other programs president obama worked to protect. dan pfeiffer reacted to the republican budget this morning. the white house budget once again fails the test of shared responsibility that would shower the wealthiest few americans with a tax cut and preserving taxpayer give aways to oil companies and hedge fund managers. the tax breaks are paid for by medicare and the things we need to grow our economy like education, research and energy. it's a portion of the statement. you can read it at our website, go to cspan.org. you can read the budget proposal at our website, cspan.org. >>> come to order, mr. wilson. >>
CSPAN
Mar 27, 2012 4:00pm EDT
you to my colleagues, pam from florida and greg from texas and allen wilson of south mittee of six states that manages this litigation. we started as 13 states. mocked rally across the country by law professor who is said this case will never end up in the supreme court. you have no opportunity to feed this legislation in court. here we stand at the supreme the court. i feel a lot better after witnessing two hours of argument than i felt when we started. and the reason i think, as senator said it clearly. all eyes were on justice kennedy. justin kennedy were vuz skept kl of the mandate and the constitutionality of the mandate, and that makes me feel better about our chances. it's hard to predict when you stand outside the supreme court as to what they're going to do. in keeping with his decision making in cases where we see the decision making, he's very skept kl under the commerce laws. my colleagues and i have been managing the case day-to-day. we felt great about the questions we heard from the justices. we feel positive that the mandate will be struck down. tomorrow will be imp
ABC
Mar 30, 2012 11:00am PDT
wilson's fast ball may not travel 400 miles per hour but his now his byrd can. virgin america has decked out a jet with the giants' logo on the body and wilson beard on the nose. it will go into service next week. want to win a free flight or free tickets to the giants game? enter ver engine america's fly the beard contest by feeting a picture with the bearded plane we have a link to details on our website, abc7 news.com click on see it on tv. >>> 11 bay area profession s are candidates for the leukemia and lymphoma society's 22nd annual man and woman of the year campaign they are beginning a 10 book campaign to raise money for blood cancer research and patients. don sanchez is the hahn rare chairman. since 19 -- since 1949 they've raced more than 814 million dollars resulted in medical breakthroughs that are safing lives. >>> next, we have friday's perfect pet. >> mike will introduce us to nia. >>> today at 3:00, legal advice on what you should do if you suddenly come into big money perhaps tonight after the mega millions drawing at 8:00. then at 4:00, traffic stop so unusual the office
NBC
Mar 10, 2012 6:00pm PST
bryan wilson who battled a right elbow energy, will be back on the diamond. he's expected to make his cactus league debut against the mariners. boci plans to use wilson in the third or fifth inning, but pau cy was back in the cage yesterday. did announce the two games today, but still getting his work in as he slowly makes strides to returning to the giants full time. the rest of the g-men lined up against the brewers. zito getting help from hector sanchez right here, who throws out nyjer morgan. not today, nyjer. bottom of the second, scoreless. base hit to left field. that will bring in hector sanchez and theriot. 2-0, giants. melky cabrera continues his hot spring. base hit to left. angle pagan and what about -- giants win big. 13-3 over the brewers. here's a look at their other game. the split game today. they lose 9-5 for the angels. see you a little bit later tonight. >> good night. >>> coming up, we hit the mat with a new mma video game, keeping your phones and tablets
NBC
Mar 11, 2012 6:00pm PDT
for you, diane. the beard making his debut and wilson tells us how he felt on the mound. and march madness takes center stage in the bay area. sports is coming up next. great! at progressive, you can compare rates side by side so you get the same coverage, often for less. wow! that is huge! ♪ and this is to remind you that you could save hundreds! [laughing] man: yeah. that will certainly stick with me. we'll take it. go, big money! i mean, go. it's your break, honey. same coverage, more savings. now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> good evening, everyone. without question this is one of the most fun days in sports. selection saturday for the ncaa tournament. locally the cal bears were on the bubble. weren't sure if they were going to make it to the tournament. damon andrews was at cal for reaction. >> reporter: somewhat of a national holiday for basketball players who are in position to dance in the ncaa tournament. the cal bears are one of those teams. heading in to the tournament they weren't sure. as you can see relaxed. >> reporter: relaxed if you will because they know
CBS
Mar 11, 2012 6:30pm PDT
's base hit off hernandez, drives in two runs, nine runs batted in this spring. brian wilson made his spring debut in the 4th inning, got the strikeout. posey gets the throw-out. this is a double play to end the inning. wilson takes one inning, throwing nine pitches. giants beat the mariners 7-5. >>> after homering yesterday in his cactus league debut, yoenis went 0 for 3 today against the royals. bring on the regular season already! this one goes into orbit, 2-run homer. trying to win the job at first base. oakland wins 10-8. >> i'm going to step out of tradition a little bit because this is las vegas. what goes on here stays here and i'm going to say, hey, drivers, light these bad boys up! >>> wow! kurt busch lost control, crashed into the wall. his day was over. eight cautions today in las vegas. last year's sprint cup champion tony stewart took the lead with a gutsy move, and then with 34 laps to go, then was able to hold off jimmie johnson after a late restart. he takes the checkered flag, stewart's first win in las vegas. >>> he did not play in the nfl last season, but randy mos
CBS
Mar 4, 2012 6:30pm PST
braden is roommates, spring training roommates with brian wilson. >> oh, really! >> now, you heard braden, the way he can talk. then brian wilson. i saw sort of the odd couple, but you would like to be a fly on the wall! >> wouldn't you! that would be great. thank you much. >> okay. >>> the newsroom is abuzz with this story. eat it and don't feel guilty about it. chocolate! it's not just a treat for your tongue. it can actually be good for you. we've heard that! but the strongest evidence yet chocolate may help your heart. the health risks it can help reduce. that story and more tonight at 11:00 and on cbs 5-- >> light or dark chocolate? >> i think it's dark. but stay tuned. >>> good night. "60 minutes" is next. ,,,, ,,,, at bank of america, we're lending and investing in the people and communities who call the bay area home. from funding that helped a local entrepreneur start a business... to providing grants to a nonprofit which offers job training and placement... and supporting an organization working to help the environment. because the more we do in the bay area, the more we help ma
FOX
Mar 1, 2012 4:30am PST
-- brian wilson is known for trying his luck on the baseball field. workers are putting the finishing touches on the business which is expected to open on the 9th. lane number 12 will be renamed lane 38 which wilson's number with the giants. >>> back to tara, how is traffic? >>> well, let's see, we have chp issuing a sig alert and a big-rig went off the roadway off of alamo drive. it's now resting on its side. it looks like one of those big green traffic signs where vacaville exit sign was hit and it is lying on its side but it looks like they were able to move it quickly. it is a bit windy and our camera has been bobbing around but no delays to speak of. 4:55 let's check in with steve. >> tara, thank you very much. a very good storm and it is pretty impressive but there is still one more piece of energy which is giving us light rain to the north. not a lot. napa, this is the leading edge of that system with will sweep over the area, it is different than yesterday and it is still going to give us some rain. 40s on the temperatures, everyone in there, low, mid-to- upper san jose is co
SFGTV
Mar 14, 2012 7:00am PDT
and helen ley. heather murdoch, tony wilson and forest gray. are you here? go ahead and step up to the podium. >> good evening, board members and public. my name is dr. michelle clearer. i have an m.a. in sports psychology and a p.h. in clinical psychology. part of the work i do is with folks who are struggling to lose weight, exercise and eat healthy. for them the behavior started when they were kids, now engrained patterns which they are struggling to change. if larger problem is not only do they struggle with weight, excercise but healthy eating but confidence and self-esteem which invades all areas of their life. physical activity not only helps with confidence, motivation and self-esteem but scores of studies have shown that physical activity helps to improve cognitive functioning, concentration and classroom behavior. and may ultimately contribute to closing the achievement gap in many of our schools. not only should p.e. be mandated because the state mandates it but because it's the right thing to do and it provides so many more benefits than is obvious. i am passionate a
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